Thank you for your donations to the food bank. We exist because of your contributions. To make donations with credit card, please click here.
If you would like to make a donation by check, please send to Mt Si Helping Hand Food Bank, PO Box 2464, North Bend, WA 98045.
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3,700 POUNDS OF FOOD DONATED
THANK YOU TO OUR COMMUNITY FOR SUPPORTING THE USPS STAMP OUT HUNGER FOOD DRIVE. A BIG THANK YOU TO THE POSTAL CARRIERS WHO TOOK THE EXTRA TIME AND EFFORT TO COLLECT ALL THE DONATIONS FROM OUR MAILBOXES, SNOQUALMIE VALLEY KIWANA’S FOR COLLECTING AND TRANSPORTING ALL THE FOOD FROM THE POST OFFICE AND TO EASTSIDE SELF STORAGE FOR LOANING US A STORAGE UNIT TO HOLD ALL THE FOOD.
THANK YOU SNOQUALMIE VALLEY FOR YOUR
CONTINUED SUPPORT OF MT SI FOOD BANK!
THANK YOU TO OUR AMAZING COMMUNITY FOR SUPPORTING THE SERVICE THAT WE PROVIDE TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN NEED AT MT SI FOOD BANK. WE SOLD OUT OF TICKETS FOR OUR 1ST ANNUAL EMPTY BOWLS EVENT. OVER 200 GUESTS ENJOYED DELICIOUS SOUP FROM HANDCRAFTED BOWLS MADE BY OUR HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL ART STUDENTS. THE BOWLS WERE SPECIAL, THE SOUP WAS DIVINE, THE MUSIC WAS ENTERTAINING AND THE COMPANY WAS PRICELESS.
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR WARM AND GENEROUS HEARTS.
Over 40 local organizations, businesses and individuals participated by sponsoring or donating to the 2012 Empty Bowls fundraiser. A special thank you to all the wonderful volunteers that help us be the best we can be
- If you have extra harvest from your garden and you would like to share with your neighbors why not bring the produce to the food bank. It is not necessary to bring large quantities - it all adds up and we appreciate every single carrot!!
June 15, 2011 – August 21, 2011
There are 840 students in the Snoqualmie School District that participate in the free or reduced breakfast and lunch program. During the school year children will receive breakfast and lunch at school. What about breakfast and lunch during the summer months? Currently, there is not a children’s lunch program in the Snoqualmie Valley. In order to fill the gap and ease families concerns we started a new program called Summer Cupboard. This program will assist families that have children enrolled in the free or reduced lunch program in the Snoqualmie Valley School District.